Set out a basic management structure outlining who has responsibility for various aspects of the business. This will be easy in the beginning but eventually you may have marketing staff, administration staff, kitchen staff and servers. Make it clear how you plan on delegating tasks, leadership and responsibility for decision making down to your employees.
The trouble with sample café business plans is exactly as the name proposes. It is a sample plan. The information is based on a generic café, and therefore it neglects the fact that every cafes situation is different. Therefore, for the plan to become effective it must be tailored to the restaurant or cafes current situation. The fact is that a lot of the information contained in these plans is useless for everyday operation and growth of the restaurant.
Finally, a business plan should be error - free. This is important because your business plan defines who you are as a business person. If it turned out sloppy, then that does not speak too highly of you.
Outline any competitive advantages that you may have. Do you have any catering business qualifications or skills? Have you have experience in the hospitality industry? Do you have existing relationships with suppliers or prospective clients?